Police Museum -  Opening Times

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday between 11am and 3pm with last entries at 2.30pm

 



IMPORTANT NOTICE


We regret to announce that Abigail's Party has regrettably been postponed due to circumstances totally outside our control; however the GTC will be performing it later in the year.

However, we would like to invite you to a FREE performance on Saturday 6th April of Seven Short Plays - an exclusive evening's entertainment as compensation for the postponement of Abigails Party. 

But you will need to phone to confirm your attendance (01427 239387) as we are a very small theatre and we expect a significant response to this offer!


Seven plays - some never seen before - SEVEN is a celebration of story-telling and not to be missed.

 



The world is getting smaller they say. If you think this is a new idea, you should catch up with Amici Touring Theatre's latest production, " Around the World in 80 Days", adapted from the Jules Verne novel. 

Phileas Fogg wagers his friends at the Reform club half his fortune that he can circumnavigate the world in 80 days. Trains, boats, sledges and even the odd elephant (but alas no balloon) are used to attempt this outrageous trip.  

Accompanied by his French valet, Passepartout, the frantically fastidious Fogg, lurches from one comical disaster to another, in his attempt to win his bet. The main cast is admirably supported by a team of actors that take on a multitude of roles, as Fogg makes his way round the globe.  


 

 



When you order tickets for our performances why not take advantage of a special price pre-show dinner at the Clock House Bistro in Lord St.

Menu Here 

 

Once you have booked your tickets go to the Clock House website to reserve your table and enter "Pre-theatre meal"
in the Other Requests box.

 


WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN US?

 

 Membership of The friends of the Old Nick is only £10 per year
and you get a number of benefits including reduced price theatre tickets for GTC productions.

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Mission Statement

We are a registered charity (No.1137513). The organisations objectives are to advance the education of the public in all aspects of dramatic art and the development of public  appreciation of such by the provision of a theatre and facilities for the presentation of public performances.

To this aim we present a minimum of three full productions of our own each year, two youth theatre productions and productions from visiting theatre companies. We train young people between the ages of seven and sixteen in all aspects of stagecraft, lighting,  costume and scenery.

We are a non-profit making organisation. The theatre is a former Police station and Magistrates Court, it is a listed building (Grade 2) and the main structure is over 160 years old. The income we receive from grants, donations, hires and ticket sales is all utilised in maintaining the theatre structure and improving the facilities. If you would like to make a donation to assist our work please click the button below.

 

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